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, delaware, new york, pennsylvania, rhode island, indiana, north carolina, west virginia, nebraska, oregon, arkansas, kentucky, california, montana, new jersey, new mexico, south dakota, and utah. question, why are the republican primaries this year so protracted? >> because they changed the rules from four years ago and have more proportional primaries where delegates are awarded to all the candidates depending on the percentage of the vote. four years ago, they were mostly winner take all and john mccain was able to wrap it up. if they had the same rule told they had four years ago, romney -- it would be over. we would be writing it's over. this campaign season has been like a long psycho analysis of mitt romney. why doesn't he relate to voters? why can't he close the sale with the republicans? but in the end it's with are agent tick and there's a chance he may not have the 1144 delegates he needs by june. but he will probably wrap it up june 5, when california votes and new jersey, new jersey is winner take all. california by congressional district. nobody else has the resources to comp
on the ground like it has been a very large strike, much larger indiana in appearance than the last general strike in 2010, and it does seem to mobilize people across various groups. i think it is an interesting point where it is not necessarily a huge amount of reform to punish the trade unions. there is quite widespread opposition to dealing with an oncoming wave of austerity measures which will make the next year very difficult. >> i am wondering how much of the nation's strikes really represent. >> it is -- the strikes, i think, are just a focal point for lots of different groups. you have the large spanish trade unions, but you also have huge movements like political parties and trade unions, and they have also been out on the streets. you have also seen different reactions and different movements in different regions of spain. it is obviously -- there are very visible, large crowds on the streets of madrid right now, but i think it is something for the government to think about. >> surely these strikers must know that spain is teetering on needing help from the e you. are there regist
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